A simple ruby version manager for fish.
git clone https://github.com/terlar/fry.git cd fry make user-install
git clone https://github.com/terlar/fry.git cd fry make install
yaourt -S fry
brew tap igas/fry brew install fry
If you want to install
master version, add
--HEAD to install command.
fry will look for rubies in
~/.rubies. This can be configured as you like.
Install (with ruby-install or ruby-build)
# To see available rubies fry install # To install a specific ruby version fry install jruby-1.7.9
To see which configuration options are available and your current configuration, you can execute the command
This option determines where
fry looks for rubies.
# To see the path fry config path # To set the path fry config path /opt/rubies
This option determines if your ruby path should be prepended or not. However it will never be at the end of your
PATH since we are using
fish_user_paths which is prepended to
PATH. However if you have specified other paths inside your
fish_user_paths then those will have higher priority. To change this behavior you can toggle this. The default behavior is append.
# To prepend to the fish_user_paths fry config prepend on # To append to the fish_user_paths fry config prepend off
If you want
fry to look for a .ruby-version file and automatically switch ruby on directory change then you can enable auto-switching. This is off by default.
# To see the auto-switch status fry config auto # To enable auto-switch fry config auto on # To disable auto-switch fry config auto off
When you have a
.ruby-version file in your home directory this will be used used by default. If you want it to pickup the custom ruby-version per project you have to create a
.praxconfig in your home directory or for pow, you need to create a
.powenv inside every project folder.
Run the following commands:
# If you have auto-switch, it will use whatever is specified in your .ruby-version fry env > ~/.praxconfig # Specify a specific ruby to run fry env rbx-2.2.6 > ~/ruby_project/.praxenv
If you want to select which installer
fry should use, you can do it through this option. There are currently support for
ruby-build. But you could easily define your own wrapper if you use some other tool.
# To list available installer wrappers fry installers # To see the installer used fry config installer # To set the desired installer fry config installer ruby-install
If you wish to set a default Ruby, simply call
If you have enabled auto-switching, simply create a
.ruby-version file in your home directory:
echo 'ruby-1.9' > ~/.ruby-version
List available rubies:
fry system * 1.9.3-p392 2.0.0-p0 jruby-1.7.3
fry install <tab> fry install 2.0.0-p247 fry use 2.0.0-p247